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Visa: Talk with Jean-François Leroy

In 1989, we told ourselves that we’d never make it to five years. After five years, we told ourselves we’d stop at seven years, then ten years. Today it’s difficult to overlook Visa if you’re in the press. In 1989 we joked: “We’re going to become the Cannes of photojournalism because there’s a market for photojournalism.” Much has changed since the digital revolution, now that we’re overwhelmed by photographs in general, and in the media in particular. Today we can no longer turn a blind eye to the truth: the only places that can cover “hot news” are AP, AFP and Reuters.

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